You can adjust the image size by setting the width and/or height in pixels and specify the alignment and fit.
Crop and Resize: If you are trying to combine crop and resize parameters, you need to add the crop_first=true parameter in order to ensure the crop happens before the resize.
Filepicker has a limit to how large the images it will accept for conversions can be. The maximum accepted image size is 100,000,000 pixels, so an image with this many pixels could have width and height combinations like 10,000 x 10,000 or 5,000 x 20,000, etc.
||Resize the image to this width.|
||Resize the image to this height.|
Specifies how to resize the image. Possible values are:
Default value set to "clip".
Using align, you can choose the position of the cropped area.
By default, it crops from the center. You can also specify pairs e.g. 'top,left'.
Image resized to the specific width
Image resized to the specific height
Image resized to the specific width and height
You can also increase the size, but be aware that it can affect the quality of the image
Image resized to specific width and height and cropped to fit these parameters
Image resized to specific width and height and scaled to fit these parameters
Image resized to specific width and height without scaling if the image is smaller than the output size
Image resized to specific width and height and cropped to fit these parameters with set aligment
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